Athletes' injuries, slumps, and poor performance begin at the surface.
As of 2022, more than 95% of athletes are unable to get deep sleep due to the use of electronic devices (smartphones, computers, etc.) late at night.
How do smart devices affect sleep?
The rationale is simple.
Our body distinguishes between day and night by light, and secretes hormones that should be secreted during the day and hormones that should be secreted at night.
The most obvious difference is
During the day, it secretes a wake-up hormone (cortisol),
At night, it secretes the sleep hormone (melatonin).
This timely hormone secretion and change is called circadian rhythm .
However, if artificial light disrupts the circadian rhythm late at night,
The brain secretes wakefulness hormones that need to be secreted during the day, and suppresses sleep hormones.
This inhibits regeneration and growth hormones, suppresses the secretion of melatonin, which is essential for recovery, and disrupts deep sleep, which in turn leads to injury and poor conditioning.
However, in the current era, it is impossible to live without using smartphones, TVs, and computers to the extreme.
That's why Lucid Eyes developed the first night lens (sleep glasses) in Korea.
Night lenses are designed to protect you from the harmful effects of artificial light on your health while maintaining the convenience of modern life.
Night lenses block 100% of the wavelength range of harmful artificial light that suppresses sleep hormones.
Wearing night lenses for about 2 o'clock before going to bed helps promote the secretion of sleep hormone and growth hormone, which is of great help in optimizing regeneration, recovery, growth, and physical condition.
Erling Harland and a small number of athletes, who understand the importance of sleep and the harmful effects of artificial light, wear night lenses, and the effectiveness of Elling Harland's performance is proven.
Experience deep sleep and optimal performance through Lucid Eyes sleep glasses!